October is National Physical Therapy Month and the perfect time to highlight the expertise and diverse services offered by physical therapists.
Cold laser therapy uses low levels of light to stimulate healing. This low-intensity laser isn’t really cold – the name means that the light levels are not high enough to heat the tissues in your body.
Parkinson’s disease is tremendously debilitating. With this disorder, certain nerve cells in the brain gradually break down or die.
Nerves are essential to just about everything our bodies do, from controlling our heart rate, temperature and blood pressure, to sending movement information to our muscles and allowing us to feel heat, pain and other sensations.
Physical therapy is extremely effective in treating many neuromusculoskeletal conditions including back and spine injuries. At our practice, therapeutic exercise is the cornerstone of our physical therapy treatments.
To diagnose a concussion, we will perform a neurological examination for vision, hearing, balance, coordination, reflexes and strength. The examination will include cognitive assessment on several factors such as memory, and concentration.
If you or a family member has experienced dizziness or balance problems, we would recommend a vestibular study.
Physical therapy plays an important role in improving the vitality and health of patients. Physical therapy, or PT, helps treat disease, injury or deformity by methods like massage, exercise and heat treatment rather than by surgery or drugs. There are, however, many misconceptions about PT and physical therapists. Following are a few of the most […]
You have probably heard of Botox as an effective cosmetic treatment to smooth away wrinkles. But did you know that Botox can also relieve headaches, especially migraines?
If you have cramping or muscle pain in your legs or arms, you may have peripheral arterial disease, also called PAD. Pain from PAD often is triggered by walking or other activity and then relieved by rest.